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Last night I posted a tweet to say I was sitting reflecting on how hard our team at OZC works to make a difference in our field. This link of recent 'outputs' I think is pretty good going for an NHS rehab service, illustrating a culture we have tried to keep up of research and disseminating the work we are doing.  

 

The importance of this approach came home to me recently when I was asked to justify why we thought we were qualified to admit somebody for rehabilitation.

 

Here in this blog I post an overview  response  to the question of evidence of the Oliver Zangwill Centres teams’ expertise and competence to provide rehabilitation for people living with neuropsychological impairments.

 

 

1)      The team at OZC have taken seriously the challenge of addressing the lack of evidence in this field by maintaining an active academic research profile, publishing peer reviewed papers in three broad themes “developing assessments”; “innovating interventions” and “evaluating outcomes”.  The publications published by the clinicians and collaborators are listed at the weblink attached to this scoop.

 

2)      to address the problems of clients with complex interacting cognitive emotional and vocational difficulties: no one theoretical model of therapy will suffice (a key message of our founder Barbara Wilson), hence an holistic approach with staff working together addressing the different facets of the client’s problems is necessary.  The approach is described in full detail in our relatively well known text by Wilson, Gracey Evans and Bateman (2009) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Theory, Models Therapy and Outcome. Cambridge University Press. In Chapter 16 Yusuf’s vocational rehabilitation addressed pain, fatigue, anxiety and impulsivity developing ‘new rules for business and life’. A cognitive-emotional and physical formulation mapped out his unhelpful patterns of responding to stress. He was helped to draw on his existing beliefs and values to support changes he was making.  He developed a rule “plan thoroughly and have a clear strategy in mind at all times. A daily diary and a “to-do” list is a Must”.

 

3) One notable feature of the 2009 book is that all staff in the Centre contributed. The Centre has an enviable stability in staffing, the lead Occupational Therapists & Speech and Language Therapists have all worked at the Centre for more than a decade. They are all clinical specialists recognised by their own professional bodies and are active contributors to professional guidelines and forums in this field. For example Clinical Specialist OT Donna Malley co edited the UK guidelines for OT in Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Malley, D and Rowland D. (Editors) 2013. Acquired Brain Injury - A guide for occupational therapists College of Occupational Therapists http://www.cot.co.uk/publication/cotss-neurological-practice/acquired-brain-injury-guide-occupational-therapists

 

Specific elements of neuropsychological rehabilitation have been studied in detail. For example memory rehabilitation at the Centre has focussed on the use of assistive technology, the highest profile studies published by the teams include the studies of the Neuropage service that runs from the Centre. This approach to text-messaging or radio-paging service users their daily schedules has been shown to reduce carer burden and improve daily effectiveness and wellbeing of individuals with profound memory problems. In the context of psychological therapy, reminders are sent to help service users attend to their mood-management strategies (eg Teasdale et al 2009, published in JNNP; Martin-Saez,2011).  We are currently undertaking research expanding on  this for people with Multiple Sclerosis.

 

Emotional difficulties after brain injury such as anxiety, sadness, or fear are compounded by poor memory.  Innovative interventions for these difficulties have included use of new forms of life-logging technology (eg Brindley Bateman and Gracey 2010) to supplement psychological therapy.


In 2014 the Centre published a new book written with service users describing first hand experiences of the rehabilitation programme.   Wilson Winegardner and Ashworth (2014) are Clinical Psychologists who provide commentaries alongside the service users’ reports of how the rehabilitation process was of benefit to them. (http://www.psypress.com/books/details/9781848721128/

 

Meanwhile, fundamental problems of outcome measurement in rehabilitation have been tackled in studies of psychometric properties of outcome measurement tools.  These have tackled in great detail the interface between neuropsychological and neuroanatomical theory and recent advances in psychometrics (eg Simblett and Bateman 2010).


There are  overarching data, published in scientific conference abstract form, that record the effectiveness of the rehabilitation programme in improving executive function reducing carer/relative burden (eg Goodwin and Bateman 2012 in Clinical Rehabilitation abstracts). Characterising the problems experience by brain injury has this year also been a topic examined by Gracey et al (2014).

I have recently been turning my attention to the issue of rehabilitation outcomes in our wider CCS team (see the EQ5D scoop it page that I curate).

 

Other examples of specific topics we have investigated include published research on the issue of divided attention (Evans et al 2009), demonstrating that people with brain injury may be able to benefit from specific skills training approaches.  Our current team focus is on the themes of executive functions and identity after brain injury, because these are the main issues that our intensive rehab programme hinge around.

 

 

Collectively this track record in publication is one of the sources of evidence that Centre is able to describe itself as a leading Centre of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Clearly the literature is within a much larger corpus of neuropsychological rehabilitation outcome literature from around the world, but there are few clinics around the world that have established such a sustained record of scholarly output alongside their routine clinical work.  This summer the team have again been represented at international and national conferences in the field. The staff are frequently in demand for teaching and lecturing around the UK and internationally and also receives a continual stream of visitors  internationally, again testament to its profile.

 

It is for this reason that I come to work each morning proud of our team's  work. I feel continually honoured to have been able to be head of the team for the last 12 years, to have been able to see the research profile continue to grow on the platform established by Jon Evans & Barbara Wilson.  This Autumn sees some major new research activity starting, more about this in another posting.


It means a great deal to us when we get feedback on our work, so your comments on the various channels, either here or on twitter are welcome!

 

 

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